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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Despite leaving Myanmar late, the plane actually arrives in Malaysia on time, something Linda is thankful for as we hit a few pockets of turbulence en route. Security takes a while, and frustratingly the baggage takes even longer – despite landing before one we don't leave the airport until almost three in the afternoon. The taxi journey downtown is fine except for a few isolated traffic jams. We’re staying in Chinatown and it’s busy when we arrive. ...
... and fruit pieces. I loved how childlike it was! We had a great time in KL and packed in as much as we could. I didn't expect to like it as much as I did and I would definitely go back. It was great because I felt safe there but even though parts of it were quite Western it was still authentically Malaysian too and there were lots of places to experience the culture and eat street food!! 4am start to get to the airport. (No rest for the wicked!)Our taxi man Steve ...
... much more at home. The trip also involved lunch at an interesting Chinese restaurant and finding some little creatures in with the spinach but the less said about that the better!
Tuesday was our last day in Borneo. In the morning we headed off for a traditional Malaysian cooking lesson. The food was amazing (even the bits we made) and we have lots of notes so that we ...
It was 2am, and I was awoken by the sound of men's voices echoing around me in the huge, empty, departures hall. I felt dirty; not only because I had been wearing the same pair of jeans for over 24 hours, or because I hadn't showered or even brushed my teeth in that time, but mainly because in this cavernous space, in this foreign country, in the middle of the night, this group made exclusively of men decided to congregate ...
... this massive hill and went up the tower. The view was pretty impressive of the city although the angle of the tower means you can't see the petronas towers which wasn't great. After being up the KL tower for about an hour we then got a free shuttle bus which literally took is down the hill, got off and went and had food in the food court below the petronas towers as this was the cheapest place we had seen food. When I say food court I don't just mean mcdonalds, there ...